Milan - Inter Milan said Monday its coach Roberto Mancini is
leaving, citing a "mutual agreement" amid media reports the Serie A
club's new Chinese owners decided fresh blood is needed to rejuvenate the team.
"F.C. Internazionale Milano confirms that it has parted
company with head coach Roberto Mancini by mutual agreement," the club
said in a statement. Mancini is tipped in the media to be replaced by Dutch
coach Frank de Boer.
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